Walking Something for Everyone

Walking is one of the most popular outdoor activities in the area for both visitors and residents. On this and linked pages you will find a number of resources to find your way about and to learn more about the area.

If you have a dog, you might wish to consider a book with details of 20 walks in the Forest of Dean suitable for a dog (and their owners too).

If you have limited mobility and would like to join your friends and family on walks, you might consider hiring a mobility scooter.


Hire a mobility scooter

If you have limited mobility, you may consider hiring a mobility scooter whilst in the are...


Offa's Dyke Path

Offa's Dyke Path runs for 177 miles from Sedbury Cliffs on the Severn Estuary near Che...


The Gloucestershire Way

The Gloucestershire Way route crosses almost the full width of Gloucestershire from the We...


The Sculpture Trail

Established in 1986, this four mile long Sculpture Trail was one of the first to open in t...


The Wales Coast Path

On 5 May 2012, The Wales Coast Path, the longest continuous coastal path around a country,...


Walking Dogs

Where to Walk In an open access area like the Forest there are obviously many places to...


Wye Valley Walk

If you are looking for a pleasant afternoon stroll, week-end break, or a 2 week walking ho...